Can Kylie Jenner and Jordyn Woods patch things up?
When Kylie Jenner spotted her former best friend, Jordyn Woods at Bootsy Bellows over the weekend, she made an effort to approach her, say "hello," smile and share a few moments of conversation. Whether that means the two can overcome the feud that erupted between Jordyn and Kyllie's family after they learned Jordyn had hooked up with Khloe Kardashian's then-boyfriend, Tristan Thompson, remains to be seen, though. A source tells ET: "Kylie is open to having a relationship with Jordyn Woods again, but is cautious. She's in a tough place because Jordyn was Kylie's best friend and rock for a very long time, but Kylie is loyal to her sister, Khloe." The insider continued: "Kylie was nice to Jordyn over the weekend and it brought back old feelings of the fun they use to have together. As of now the girls aren't hanging out and they aren't nearly as close as they once were, but both girls are hoping in the future they can be friends. Probably not as close as they once were, but figuring out what works for them." Jordyn admitted on "Red table Talk" that she and Tristan kissed but told host Jada Pinkett Smith she never slept with him and does not believe she's "the reason that Tristan and Khloe are not together."
Katherine Schwarzenegger shows off her new diamond wedding band
Just a few days after she and Chris Pratt said "I do" in Montecito, Calif., Katherine Schwarzenegger stepped out for some shopping in the Venice section of Los Angeles on Wednesday, June 12, sporting her new pave wedding band, which Page Six notes is similar to the one on her engagement ring. Now that the wedding is behind her, the newly minted Mrs. Pratt is back to working on her new podcast, "The Dog That Changed Me." In a May Instagram post, she described the show at a collection of "interviews with some of my friends, all inspiring pet parents, where I will be talking with them about the importance of pet adoption and the positive impact dogs have on our lives."
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Ariana Grande pays tribute to Mac Miller in his hometown
When Ariana Grande performed in Pittsburgh, Penn., on Wednesday, June 12, her heart was never too far from her late love, Mac Miller, who grew up there. JustJared reports that she played some of his most recognizable hits for the crowd before she began her show. Then, she opened with "Raindrops (An Angel Cried)," which most fans believe was written about her split from Mac. She reportedly got emotional during the tune. When she got to "Thank U, Next," JustJared reports she stopped singing at the line about Mac. Instead, the crowd took over, singing the lyric, "Wish I could say, 'Thank you' to Malcolm / 'Cause he was an angel." Mac died in September from mixed drug toxicity involving fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol. He was 26.
Selena Gomez celebrates the 45th anniversary of Roe v. Wade with a charity necklace
For the past three weeks, the newest post on Selena Gomez's Instagram has been a large black and white text image that reads, "STOP TELLING WOMEN WHAT TO DO WITH THEIR BODIES." Now, she's wearing a similar directive around her neck. Us Weekly reports that when Selena stopped by "Live with Kelly and Ryan" on Wednesday, June 12, that tiny gold necklace she was wearing had a not-so-tiny message behind it. The gold necklace reads, "1973," the year Roe v. Wade legalized abortion in the United States, giving women the right to choose whether to carry a child to term. Artist Sophie Ratner created the piece, which also comes in a silver and a diamond studded version, in collaboration with Physicians for Reproductive Health. Thirty percent of each necklace sale goes to support the reproductive health group, according to Us. The pieces are relatively affordable, too — the gold version Selena has on is $380, but the silver is just $115. The diamond version is $850. When Selena posted about women's right to choice, she accompanied her image with this caption: "To see what is happening right now in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and several other states in our country is not only deeply upsetting but seems that it can't possibly be real in 2019. It's no one's business what a woman chooses to do with her body. End of story. If you want to help fight this, click on the link in my bio to find out how you can volunteer or make a donation."
Ashley Benson moves in with Cara Delevingne: Report
Cara Delevingne and Ashley Benson are reportedly taking the next step in their relationship. A source tells Us Weekly Ashley, 29, "sold her house in Los Angeles" and "moved into Cara's place there." The pair were first linked romantically last April when they left Kylie Jenner's birthday together, according to Us. It wasn't long after that before an insider confirmed they were "dating" to Us. "This is the first girl she's ever dated," the source said of Ashley. "This relationship with Cara is the first time she's been in a healthy relationship and she feels as if it's really easy with her." This past April, Cara was forced to defend her relationship on social media when critics blasted her for dating a woman. "If you have a problem with true love then come and say this s— to my face instead [of] pathetically hating through Instagram," the 26-year-old model posted. "I genuinely feel sorry for you both, you are clearly not happy with your lives and have far too my time on your hands. Maybe get a hobby that doesn't involve being homophobic and hating others for being happy."
Grassroots support builds for George Clooney to win Nobel Peace Prize
There's now a growing list of supporters who want this to be the next winner of the Nobel Peace Prize — and we're not talking about international human rights attorney, Amal Clooney, though there's probably a case to be made there, too, given her fight to hold members of ISIS accountable for reported acts of sexual violence against women in Syria and Iraq. According to The Hollywood Reporter, a campaign to award the esteemed prize to George Clooney has gotten underway courtesy of a petition tied to his op-ed pieces in support of the boycott against the Beverly Hills Hotel. Like other hotels in the Dorchester Collection group, the longtime industry favorite is owned by the Sultan of Brunei. (According to Wikipedia, the Sultan "spearheaded" the implementation of the Sharia law penal code, including death by stoning, severing of limbs and flogging for adultery, homosexual acts and abortions, among other "crimes.") The group campaigning for George's nomination is asking people to email email@example.com asking to add George as a write-in candidate. "We ask this be done in the name of personal freedom; free from brutal prosecution, free from discrimination of any sort; but most of all in the name of hope, as we very much feel that hope is a quality rather lacking in the world these days,"
Courtney Love says she saw Kurt Cobain as a ghost once
In the new issue of Interview, Courtney Love sits down to answer 20 questions from a wide variety of musicians, actors, writers directors — even a Kris Jenner. Among the highlights are her tale of watching the Motley Crue movie, "The Dirt" and "groaning" collectively with her girlfriends ("'I was like when's Ozzy gonna snort the ant?' Then, within seconds, he snorted the ant"); her reply to Debbie Harry's question about potential musical partners ("I straddle it all babe …," she says, noting that because Kanye West's "Yeezus-Jesus" Sunday service is "gospel, I have time for it"); and what she tells Gwyneth Paltrow about the misperceptions around grief ("you get over it when you get over it, which is probably never"). The standout, though, may be the interesting — if annoyingly detail-free — response she gave to actor Joshua Boone when he asked if she's ever seen a ghost. " When I moved to Hancock Park from Seattle with Frances and Edward [Norton], I saw Kurt in a chair for a moment," she says, "… and he said hi to me and then he left."
Jamie Lynn Sigler opens up about talking to her kids about MS
Like Selma Blair, who's been diligently documenting her health ups and downs on social media, Jamie Lynn Sigler has multiple sclerosis. She's been living with the diagnosis and disease for more than a decade — much longer than Selma, who just revealed her condition last year. And with two small children at home — Jamie's eldest son Beau is 5, her youngest, Jack, is 16 months — she's working through how to share what she's going through with the little ones. "My oldest son is five and so he has awareness," she told Us Weekly on Wednesday, June 12. "Only in the past year have I used the words MS to explain things. I think I just follow his lead, what he wants to know. Then I will tell him. I don't need to offer the information. … If he's inquiring about something, I'm happy to talk about it and don't force it on him. It doesn't need to be the topic all the time because it's only a small part of me. He's well aware of my abilities and disabilities and he knows no other mom, and so he has no judgment about that, which I appreciate." She also pointed out that in spite of the fact she and Selma are in the same industry and age group while battling the same disease, she's careful not to make comparisons, telling Us: "Everybody's different. I think if you get in the game of comparing, then you start feeling like, well, I'm fortunate here, but I'm less fortunate here — and I just really try never to go down that rabbit hole."
Jude Law and Phillipa Coan say 'goodbye' to Italy as honeymoon comes to a close
Aw, the honeymoon appears to be over for Jude Law and his new wife, Phillipa Coan — the actual honeymoon, that is. The couple was spotted leaving Italy after enjoying time together on the beach and on the water in Sardinia, according to JustJared. The couple, who flew back to London on Monday, June 10, from the Province of Olbia-Tempio, Italy, got married in London in April. Their civil ceremony was reportedly held at civil ceremony at Old Marylebone Town Hall; Jude is said to have asked everyone to keep the whole thing top-secret. The actor, 46, and 32-year-old business psychologist, had been dating for four years before they tied the knot .
Kate Mara reveals she miscarried before getting pregnant with new daughter
Kate Mara and Jamie Bell just welcomed their first child together, but as Kate recently revealed on the "Dr. Berlin's Informed Pregnancy" podcast, she suffered a miscarriage before getting pregnant. "It was the first time I've ever been pregnant, and I've never had that excitement and shock of being an almost mom," she recalled, according to JustJared. Jamie seemed shocked, too. "He just burst out laughing and was like, 'Oh, my God. How is that possible?'" Kate said. The first sign something was wrong came when they tried to get an ultrasound. "[The technician] couldn't see the embryo," Kate recalled. "I think the next day we went back in and [the tech] said I clearly had a blighted ovum. … 'Basically, you've miscarried, but it just hasn't left your body yet." When she got pregnant the second time, the feeling wasn't the same as it had been the first. "I was so excited," Kate explained, "but also sad that we weren't as excited as we were the first time, because that was clear that it was a very different dynamic."